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Nuclear bill
Itís all over bar the shouting
Despite protests from Left, RJD and SP, the N-Bill will sail through with BJP support
New Delhi, August 18
Decks have been cleared for the passage of the contentious Civil Nuclear Liability Bill in the ongoing session of Parliament after the BJP pledged its support for the proposed legislation.

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Nation page: No deal on Bill: BJP
Editorial: Pragmatism on N-Bill

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37 killed as truck falls into gorge near Mandi
Mandi, August 18
At least 37 persons, including nine women and seven children, died on the spot, and more than 25 were injured when a private truck (HP31-2105) they were travelling in to attend a family function at Hatral village, fell into a 300-ft gorge near Leda on the Leda-Kalkhar-Ner Chowk link road around 5.30 pm today, about 40 km from here.

18 students buried alive in Uíkhand
Nainital/Pitthoragarah, Aug 18
Eighteen students were buried alive when the roof of a school collapsed due to rain and landslides in the Sumbhgarh area of Bageshwar district of Uttarakhand here today.


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Leh catastrophe claims its first suicide victim
Twelve days after the August 6 flashfloods washed away habitations and livelihood avenues in Leh, the town today reported its first flood-related suicide.

ITBP jawans give Rs 1.75 crore

Aamir Khan with children of Druk Padma School, where his film Ď3 Idiotsí was shot, at Shey in Leh on Wednesday. The actor is in Ladakh to mobilise funds for the flood-hit.
RANCHO replayed: Aamir Khan with children of Druk Padma School, where his film Ď3 Idiotsí was shot, at Shey in Leh on Wednesday. The actor is in Ladakh to mobilise funds for the flood-hit. Tribune photo: Anand Sharma

Satyamís Raju on bail
B Ramalinga RajuHyderabad, August 18
After 19 months of incarceration, former chairman of Satyam Computers and the brain behind Indiaís biggest corporate fraud B Ramalinga Raju was today granted conditional bail by the Andhra Pradesh High Court on health grounds.

Badal wants Centre to seal Pak border
Chandigarh, August 18
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal said today that Central agencies were not vigilant enough to seal the international border with Pakistan along Punjab and Kashmir, resulting in infiltration.

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